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Hudson Atlantic arranged the $13.5-million sale of two neighboring pre-war apartment properties in Montclair, NJ

Hudson Atlantic Closes Sale of Two Montclair Apartment Properties 

Hudson Atlantic Realty recently closed a $13,500,000 sale of two multifamily properties in Montclair, NJ which included 56 residential units and one commercial unit. Located within a short walk to both the Walnut and Bay Street train stations, the properties had been owned by the seller for the past 25 years. 

Built in 1924, 10 Roosevelt Pl. consists of 27 apartments. Just around the corner is 47 N. Fullerton Ave., built in 1923, with 29 apartments in addition to a commercial space. Both properties were meticulously maintained, with large unit sizes, wood flooring, tiled bathrooms, and onsite laundry. 

Adam Zweibel, managing partner at Hudson Atlantic, said, “The seller trusted us to identify the most active and aggressive buyers so they would realize the highest selling price.” The deal had some challenging aspects, created by a municipal rent control ordinance first passed by the township during COVID in April 2020.  


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